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Ohelemapit

Orphans of the storm

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  • Staff at RSPCA rescue centre in East Winch, West Norfolk helping 58 seals
  • Were torn from mothers in high seas and swept on beaches of East Anglia
  • Needs five meals a day of mashed-up fish and re-hydration solution soup

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Thnak you to the staff of the center.. Unsung hero's doing a stirling job. :tu:

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What a dedicated team to take on 58 pups, wow just the thought is exhausting me. I wish them all the best in their efforts and hope all their charges come through fit and healthy for a return to the sea.

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They are gorgeous looking creatures.Love the the picture of them all flaked out on the floor.Cheered me up to think that people care for the little monkeys :)

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We have some scientific institutes here in Germany those take care of these motherless sweet little suckers (in German Heuler = howl, howler) and some adult seals those cannot survive in the wilderness due to disability. The little ones stay there untill they are able to survive outside and get returned to the wild then. It´s is real fun to visite these institutes, I have done that a lot of times.

Example : http://www.seehundst...de/index.php/en

Vid (including "check in" of a new "guest"):

[media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RY8F1-nsb-Y[/media]

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